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paul and rick perry in the mix, and interesting that both those requests come from texas since that's where the president was campaigning yesterday. mr. obama says he wants to be a pioneer of insourcing rather than the outsourcing pioneer he has lamed romney. the romney camp painted the president as non-american and called things policies foreign and john sununu said the president doesn't understand america. more with bill back int after the break and more in chat. see you there. few others are going. >>it doesn't get anymore real than this. >>occupy! >>we will have class warfare. >>i'm being violated by the health-care system. >>we're patrolling the area looking for guns, drugs, bodies. >>we go in and spend a considerable amount of time getting to know the people and the characters that are actually living these stories. >>the award winning series "vanguard" only on current tv. we know that back to school time means back to school germs. that's why lysol partners with schools all across the country providing resources designed to help teach healthy habits. so make
-mails in from texas. he didn't like our comment about people not having internet. we talked about related to the olympics, they can watch it online. you sounded elitist to me. you need to travel outside of d.c. for awhile where there are poor democratic constituents. it is true. some people do not have internet access but that -- >> that number is shrinking at an alarming rate. people are getting internet. >> bill: every day. >> 2012. >> bill: and frank says liberalism is a mental disorder. and by the way, he says how are things in detroit? i don't know. ever since that progressive talk radio station in detroit dropped the "bill press show," i don't care. >> announcer: this is the "bill press show." [ ♪ theme ♪ ] >> bill: hey, what do you say? hello, everybody. it is tuesday july 31. good to see you today. welcome to the "full court press." your new morning show on current tv. good to be with you as we bring you the news of the day. wherever it is happening here in our nation's capital around the country or around t
, with the exception of texas last week which i still don't understand, other than getting whatever cash you can out of texas. right? texas is just not going to be in play. but i looked because we all receive the schedule yesterday for the president's travel, i think monday and tuesday or tuesday and wednesday of next week it's going back to nevada back to california. >> that's just to get the cash. california is pretty safe. but up to oregon up to washington and then to louisiana. >> well. >> of all places. >> the events next week are not your typical campaign rallies. the event in reno is a speech to the vfw, which is just, you know, one of the key points of his. >> that's right. >> veterans. >> new orleans is the urban league? >> new orleans is the urban league so that sort of touches another base. in virginia and florida, for sure he needs as big or as close to the african-american turnout as he had in 2008 to combat some erosion of his popularity elsewhere. >> were there any otrs yesterday? we are talking with reid epstein from politico here on -- political r
events in texas today as mitt romney hosts a rally in pennsylvania. in advance of romney's visit the obama campaign is airing a new ad in the keystone state. it again hits romney on his tax returns and is called makes you wonder. >> mitt romney has used every trick in the book. romney admits that over the last two years he's paid less than 15% in taxes on $43 million in income. makes you wonder if some years he paid any taxes at all. >> nothing we haven't heard before but new polling would suggest these types of ads against romney are working in swing states. even big-name republicans are admitting romney is probably hiding something in his tax returns. pennsylvania already leads toward obama. >> we know presidential candidates aren't legally required to release their returns. there is still a long history of doing so. tax history project director joseph thorndike has traced the tradition back to nixon and found candidates consistently started releasing their returns in the early '70s. of course, there are a
is building. roberto in houston texas. roberto, what do you say? >> obviously, he has lived a privileged life all of his life. >> you bent. >> he thinks he can just get away with this. just think if he were president. anybody that would give him a campaign contribution, this would be a wild west as far as, you know, the financial structure in this country. it would be one of the worst things that could ever happen. >> yeah. >> this guy feels like he can get away with anything. that will means anybody like him can get away with anything. >> sure. it would be total deregulation for anybody in the financial industry, in big business or whatever. they are the only people mitt romney cares about it. appreciate it. jay, from san sarnt savant a monica. >> good to hear you i think it's a adent for mitt romney but i think that the president, somebody in his administration needs to jump all over this thing right away and take them to the wood shed on it because i think if they let this thing drag out, try to make it an october surprise, fog is going to happen. >>
. >> you don't have to. liz is calling from red oak texas. what do you say. >> good morning. i am calling with regards your your question. it's not the issue? then what is mr. mcconnell? i say the issue is you have sold out the middle class to farma and big business. can you not make peace with them over thispharma and big business. can you not make peace with them over this i think his piece by piece fix with know details of the current medical situation in america is a piece by piece destruction of the middle class. >> i appreciate the comment, list. i mean it does come across arthur, doesn't it, as a disdain for or certainly not caring for the middle class by that comment? >> it was a really surprising comment. you would never expect to hear a politician, especially a real pro se that. but i think people really should look at what their alternative is with these high-risk pools in 35 states and cover 200,000 people. >> that's what they -- that was the center peace of the alternative law. there is a little pilot version of it in the affordable care act.
raise tomorrow like going to austin which texas isn't a swing state as you know but he is going back, sensing money there. next week, there is a stop back in california, i think san jose so going back to silicon valley which actually is supporting him in this campaign more than new york, i think because i think new york is a little bit frustrated with him, too, wall street. >> amie parnes white house correspondent for the hill. thank you for coming in this morning. >> thank you. >> great conversation. great coverage of the white house and the obama campaign. by the way, you like the olympic uniforms? >> i mean the beret is a bit much. don't you think? >> i am okay with the b. re. >> you are a bere man, schuster? >> i can't stand a giant polo logo. we are going to talk about that at the top of the hour. peter, you are going to hear an ear-ful from me. >> i stand by ready to take it. >> this is the bill press show. there she is ! hey, i got a leak ! yoo hoo ! wait a minute, come back ! um, miss ? up here! right. like 85% of us you have hard water stains
. the texas rangers, new jersey yankees, washington nationals, pittsburgh pirates,la dodgers. >> nationals. i can't believe it. >> nationals, only lost two over three on the weekend. >> horrendously horrible. >> you know it was too hot. >> i am pulling for the nationals although i have been saying, i am fearing when they hit the brakes and they start to slide. >> shut up. >> i am afraid that this was -- i am hoping that this wasn't the type. >> no keep hope alive. they are going to take make it this year. daniel stone let's start off with the most important question of the day: do you have susways bank account? >> -- a swiss bank account? >> i might explore a run for president. no. i mean i haven't seen any statistics on how many americans do. i don't know if those statistics are kept by their very nature. but i suspect this is an issue that the romney campaign does not want to talk about for too long because of that exact issue. most people cannot relate. >> an the second question is: why we you have a swiss bank account? why does mitt romney have a swiss b
live in texas. ron paul's district. and it sucks. between him and rick perry, i just don't know what we'll get for healthcare. ransom jones makes a good point. talking about free stuff in mitt romney gets a $70,000 deduction for his horse! which means as a taxpayer i'm helping him pay for that horse. and norm montgomery says bill, i'm an old dodger. i was around when reagan told the suckers on accepting trickle down crumbs. democrats need to alter the words and make it dribble down economics. then ask voters every day hey how's that dribble down thing working out for you? i like that, norm. sounds like sarah palin doesn't it? >> announcer: this is the "bill press show." where to dump their trash. [ laughter ] [ ♪ theme ♪ ] >> bill: good morning everybody. what do you say? it is thursday, july 12. so good to see you today. welcome to the "full court press" here on current tv where we bring you up to date on the big stories of the day in our nation's capital where you'll find us right here on capitol h
% of americans a tax cut. texas is fighting the department of justice over their voter i.d. laws and a lot of other stuff to talk about today which will not only get into but give you a chance to join the conversation by giving us a call at 1-866-55-press. it is a two-way street here. you join the conversation any time. take your seat at the table by giving us a call and saying hello to our whole team here. got a great line-up starting with team press. peter ogborn, dan henning. >> hey hey hey. >> good morning. >> bill: videographer cyprian bowlding. almost relaxed. carol and i ate outside. didn't have to crank up the air. 85 degrees. and? >> i was just going to say, you know how you see -- you don't see the monitor when you say hello to cyprian. he just put up a sign saying happy anniversary to his wife. [ laughter ] >> bill: isn't that nice? >> oh, gosh. good for him. >> bill: happy anniversary. >> yes indeed. >> bill: how many years? >> how many years, cyp? >> two years. >> two years. >> bill: oh, get out. >
of crews coming from as far as texas and canada headed toward you folks to do the restoration. now the trick is to figure out where the damage is the most severe. and try to direct those crews right at those areas and frankly, when the damage is as widespread as what you've seen, you can imagine how difficult it is to get those crews right on to the work as quickly as possible. and prioritize to get to everybody in a timely fashion. it is just a matter of the magnitude of the devastation from what we can see down here. >> bill: matt olearczyk is with the electric power research institute. matt, i want to come back to the idea of the overall electric grid nationwide which i saw is pretty reliable and in pretty good shape. i've heard and seen reports that we need to upgrade that system. but taking your word for it, i also see that epri, you in particular, i guess, have talked about one way to monitor the health of this -- of the grid would be the use of drones? >> yeah, well specifically, the idea would be to use unmanned
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